Faulty tact zone crosshairs

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Re: Faulty tact zone crosshairs

Post by GunsiteScout » Sun Sep 18, 2016 7:42 am

amythntr wrote:.....you just never hear of these issues with Leupold...I have them on all of my firearms and CB's....they just work! :wink:

Anthony :)
Anthony, What model Leupold are you putting on your Excalibur? Are they specifically made for xbows? Rob

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Re: Faulty tact zone crosshairs

Post by sproulman » Wed Sep 21, 2016 6:43 pm

sighted in my other micro 335 with TZ scope on it was dead on at 30 yards then all of sudden arrows starting shooting all over even 5 inchs low ..ouch.

we tore the bow apart ,tighten everything found nothing loose ...brace height in same spot ..some arrows would group 1 inch high 2 inchs to right then arrow would fly 5 inchs low.put same arrows in my other micro and 1/2 inch group at 30 yards...

cannot figure anything but scope ?Anyone want to chime in? I sent scope in to Woodys ..should know saturday if scope is problem its not zombie arrows or loose bolts etc ...

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Re: Faulty tact zone crosshairs

Post by paulaboutform » Wed Sep 21, 2016 7:02 pm

If all other possibilities (fasteners, limbs, arrows) have been exhausted I would then look at the scope as the culprit.

Paul

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Re: Faulty tact zone crosshairs

Post by sproulman » Wed Sep 21, 2016 7:05 pm

paulaboutform wrote:If all other possibilities (fasteners, limbs, arrows) have been exhausted I would then look at the scope as the culprit.

Paul
Thanks paul as usual...

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Re: Faulty tact zone crosshairs

Post by paulaboutform » Wed Sep 21, 2016 7:22 pm

sproulman wrote:
paulaboutform wrote:If all other possibilities (fasteners, limbs, arrows) have been exhausted I would then look at the scope as the culprit.

Paul
Thanks paul as usual...
:wink:

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Re: Faulty tact zone crosshairs

Post by Rather-B-Huntin » Wed Sep 21, 2016 8:04 pm

Exact same thing happened to the Dead Zone on my Micro 335 over the weekend
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Re: Faulty tact zone crosshairs

Post by GRUNDY » Wed Sep 21, 2016 8:16 pm

I had one bad outta the box. I returned it. The new one is good, but in bright daylight the reticles look like they are starting to rust or something. You can see lumps on the surface of them...

Still accurate for now.
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